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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the study sample (n = 34,402)

From: The relationships between harsh physical punishment and child maltreatment in childhood and intimate partner violence in adulthood

  n (%) or Mean (SE)
Sex
 Males 14,458 (47.9%)
 Females 19,944 (52.1%)
Race/Ethnicity
 White, non-Hispanic 20,034 (71.0%)
 Black, non-Hispanic 6542 (11.0%)
 American Indian/Alaska Native 570 (2.2%)
 Asian/ Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 948 (4.2%)
 Hispanic 6308 (11.6%)
Household income (Past Year)
 $0–$19,999 7938 (18.5%)
 $20,000–$39,999 8828 (24.3%)
 $40,000–$59,999 6403 (19.4%)
 $60,000+ 11,233 (37.9%)
Marital status
 Married/co-habiting 18,751 (63.8%)
 Widowed/divorced/separated 9063 (18.8%)
 Never married 6588 (17.4%)
Education
 Less than high school 5450 (14.0%)
 High school or equivalent 9376 (27.5%)
 Some college or higher 19,576 (56.6%)
Age 48.1 (0.17)
  1. All n’s were unweighted. All percents were weighted